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Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy: his department said the 300km limit appeared to be an attempt “to include everyone (or almost everyone) with an interest in applying”.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Fewer families will be able to buy affordable homes in Dublin after city councillors agreed to restrict eligibility criteria for the new discount hous(...)

‘We just want developers to come to talk to us. And Crosbie has to understand what the impact of this hotel will have on of the people who live here.’

“Harry Crosbie hear us clear, we don’t want eight stories here,” came the chant from a small group of protesters gathered in driving rain in the shado(...)

Local residents demonstrate at the site of a proposed new high rise hotel on Vicar Street in Dublin. Photograph: PA

A protest has taken place at the site of a planned hotel in south inner city Dublin. Around 60 residents gathered at the Vicar Street music venue on (...)

Independent councillor Mannix Flynn said the council would be ridiculed if it did not approve the plans. File photograph: Cyril Byrne

Dublin City Council (DCC) has voted to rezone land in the Liberties for a council depot and development of 100 housing units, despite opposition from (...)

Conor Reddy from Take Back The City and  Tina MacVeigh speak at a  rally at the Player Wills site on the South Circular Road in Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

People Before Profit has called for the State to build public housing on the Player Wills site, and acquire the south Dublin property via a compulsory(...)

The scene at the launch of the National Homeless and Housing Coalition demonstration which will take place from the Garden of Remembrance on December 1st. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Mass rallies calling for “radical action” to end the housing crisis would “continue and continue” until Government listened, campaigners have warned. (...)

Glebe House occupiers draped a banner from two upstairs windows saying, “Raise the Roof 2.30pm, October 3rd” in reference to a housing protest outside Dáil Éireann at that time. Photograph: Kathleen Harris/The Irish Times

Housing activists in Dublin occupied a large, vacant house in the south of the city on Saturday. The landmark building, Glebe House in Crumlin Villag(...)

Green Party  councillor Ciarán Cuffe: “There is plenty of land to develop on, or housing capacity to be added, without threatening parks.”

Dublin city chief executive Owen Keegan has set his sights on the local “green” in the middle of suburban housing developments as having potential for(...)

The Tivoli Theatre in Dublin’s Liberties.

Plans to demolish the Tivoli Theatre in Dublin’s Liberties and replace it with a six-storey, 289-bed aparthotel have been refused by Dublin City Counc(...)

Savita Halappanavar: It was important she be remembered “in as many ways as possible”. Photograph: The Irish Times

Dublin City Council will be asked next week to name a street after Savita Halappanavar, who died four years ago following complications during a misca(...)

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